Bill’s Pizza Pub Clientele Spans Generations

Greensboro News & Record:

Bill Rogers tried just about every job at one time or another. He was a milkman. He sold insurance. He sold cars. He operated a service station.

“He never had a job in his life that he liked,” says a laughing Dorothy Rogers of her late husband.

But in 1969, Bill Rogers settled into the job he was meant to do: restaurant owner. The restaurant, Bill’s Pizza Pub, has been his family’s livelihood for more than four decades.

The High Point Road pizza parlor, which recently marked its 40th anniversary, has been a destination for three generations of families.

“It’s good pizza,” says patron Daniel Eller, who waits to pay the tab after a Friday night visit with his family.

His dad took him to Bill’s, and now he takes his two young boys.

“They love it,” Eller says. More.

Photo: Joseph Rodriguez / News & Record.

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